The information that is automatically collected during your browsing of the VitaMelia pages, as well as the data that you voluntarily enter in the contact and / or registration forms, are used exclusively by us and are not published or in any way circulated to third parties, unless this is imposed by a court decision to and from the competent authorities only.
In order to carry out any transaction through the online store (e-shop) of Vitamelia and to place orders for the company's products, the disclosure of some personal information will be requested by the customer. When placing the order, you will be asked for the full name, shipping address of the products, invoicing details, a contact phone number, your email address (e-mail) etc.
This data is processed by the company in compliance with the application of article 7A par. 1 (b) Law 2472/1997, in order to implement the order given by the customer and in no way will be disclosed, made public or sold to third parties, except if the procedure defined by the legislation for the removal of confidentiality is initiated (Law 2225/1994) or any obligations arising from the national application of Directive 24/2006.
Your credit card details are registered directly in the secure environment of the bank and our company does not maintain or know any of your credit card details.
www.vitamelia.gr makes use of the information you give us during the electronic submission of the form, in order to contact you regarding (i) the delivery of the order at your place, (ii) for confirmation and identification of the customer in any necessary case, (iii) for new or alternative products offered by www.vitamelia.gr, (iv) special offers of www.vitamelia.gr, (v) offers and news of the company (vi) receipt of gifts after a draw competition. You can choose if you do not want to receive such communications from www.vitamelia.gr by sending your request via e-mail to [email protected]
Your personal information may also be disclosed to companies cooperating with Vitamelia, in order to support, promote and execute your business relationship with us (such as the courier company), but always under conditions that fully ensure that your personal information does not exist. any illegal processing.
The submission of your personal data by you means that you consent to this data being used by the employees of www.vitamelia.gr for the reasons mentioned above. Www.vitamelia.gr requires its employees and the maintainers of the website to provide its users-clients with the level of security mentioned in this Privacy Statement. In no other case can www.vitamelia.gr share your personal information with others without your prior consent, unless this is required through legal channels.
You can, if you wish, configure your browser so that it does not accept cookies from our website.
The access and use of our pages is recorded in special files called access logs. Specifically, the IP address, the type of browser you use (user agent), date and time of the request as well as the specific url (page, graphic, file, etc.) you requested. This is an automated process defined by the http protocol, and applies to all web servers and sites you visit. Through this information, on the one hand we control the smooth operation of the site, on the other hand we export valuable (for us) traffic statistics.
Logs have a limited lifespan, as they are categorized and deleted at regular intervals (usually 1 month). What is retained are the total motion pictures (statistics) from which the original individual links can not be extracted.
Regarding the contact form you should know how the e-mail address applies. Basically, this form does nothing more than send emails to webmasters, as if you were sending them directly from the email program you are using. Your message is likely to be stored (as is) on our server for future reference, depending on the subject, possible reply from us, etc. No further processing is possible. Your email is considered strictly personal and is not disclosed to anyone. Also, you will never receive our message without having previously requested or authorized it.